Brady Hoke has been officially let go as head coach of University of Michigan football. And the show kicks off with Al and Alex going back and forth about who is the ideal candidate to replace him. Later, former NBA player Charles Barkley made some comments about the unrest in Ferguson, as Al and Alex reflect on the validity of his comments.
Missouri has been through a lot in recent months, especially the areas of St. Louis and Ferguson after the Michael Brown shooting. Five St. Louis Rams players made a gesture that is going viral and is a major talking point, especially on this show as Al welcomes on many callers who give their takes. Also, Brady Hoke's tenure at Michigan appears to be numbered and an announcement is expected today from the university. Finally, Ryan Keener, senior defender on the Michigan State men's soccer team, visits the show and talks about the Elite Eight matchup this weekend against Providence.
Starting hump day, the new college football rankings are out and Al gives analysis. Midway through the show, Al chats with MSU alum Alex Yavaraski who works for the Carolina Panthers Television Network. The two talk journalism and fantasy football. To close, it's 'Barbershop Wednesday' and the student-athlete is debated.
In one of the most caller-debated shows in Current Sports history, Al and Alex challenge listeners to voice their opinions and concerns regarding the Michigan and Michigan State football game on Saturday. The coaches and the legacies of both programs are discussed in the aftermath of rivalry week.
MSU women's soccer goaltender Courtney Clem joins Al to discuss the start to the season. Al also finds out about the Clem family tradition of goal keeping and why Courtney's hair is popular on the twitter sphere. Later, former WKAR radio host and Detroit sports broadcaster Richard Kincaide discusses all things Detroit Tigers. To close the show, David Brandon and Brady Hoke are in focus.
The crew at Current Sports kicks the show off with Brady Hoke and all of the criticism that goes along with him. Firing Hoke or not is the hot topic of the day. Also, the MSU football game is discussed and Al gets into a quick preview of what to look for versus Nebraska. Later, Al gives a sneak peak to Current Sports TV by airing an interview with Jemele Hill. To close the show, it's Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers.
Today marks day number two of Current Sports! We kick off today's show with MSU Alumn and Senior Vice President and General Manager of four Atlanta based sports networks, Jeff Genthner. Al also discusses the Tigers, Brady Hoke, and the NBA playoffs. Lastly, Al has a conversation with Matt and Alex about what it takes to succeed as a Sports Journalist.